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Canadian lecturers

A number of lecturers who teach on the Graduate Entry LLB at The City Law School are Canadian citizens.

David Collins

David joined The City Law School after spending the early part of his legal career as a public prosecutor in Ontario. He is the Deputy Course Director for the Graduate Entry LLB and teaches and researches in the field of international economic law specialising in the law of the World Trade Organisation and international investment law.

He is a Fellow of the Institute for Globalisation and International Regulation at Maastricht University, a frequent Visiting Professor at ESADE Law School and a Current Development Editor for the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law.

In addition to his academic work, David has been a consultant for the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, the World Bank and the Commonwealth Secretariat.

Katherine Reece Thomas

Katherine obtained her BA degree at McGill University, prior to obtaining a further BA degree at the University of Oxford and and her LLM degree at the University of Cambridge. Before joining the law faculty, Katherine worked for some years as a lawyer in the London offices of Allen & Overy and as an Attorney in New York. Katherine writes and teaches in the areas of public international law and company law, and is also the Course Director of the LLM in Public International Law at The City Law School.

Robert Dungey

LLB (London), LLM (Westminster), PhD Candidate (Westminster)

Robert was a civil servant in both Canada and the United Kingdom prior to being called to the Bar of England and Wales. His research interests include Aboriginal Rights and Natural Resource companies in Canada.

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